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Desperate Journey by Cliff Farrell
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Desperate Journey

by Cliff Farrell

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For the first time in book form are some of Cliff Farrell's Western stories - a celebration of the American past and the stuff that legends are made of. From "River Ambush" where a young man begins his journey aboard a flat boat on the Ohio River, to "Picture Bride" where a woman from the East suddenly finds herself in the lonely isolation of the Texas frontier, these stories capture the bold dreams and harsh realities of the pioneers who sought their destinies across a rugged American landscape.

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A selection of short stories on western themes during the nineteenth century.

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